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Author:  joecor [ Fri Aug 20, 2010 4:31 pm ]
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101, 26" bbls IC & Mod, w/ejectors I believe, receiver is of a 'shiny material" aluminum? engraved, stk is checkered.
S/N K300638 I'm of the belief it is of a later build. They want $850 for it. I would like to know its production date and whether this O/U is worth the money being asked for it. It does not have the red W on the bottom of the grip cap. the previous owner put sling swivels on it which tend to cheapen it. They can be removed.
thx in adv
Joe

Author:  davemccarthy707 [ Tue Oct 12, 2010 3:04 pm ]
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I am looking for the manufacture year for a Winchester 1300. Serial number L2557629.

Author:  MotownStan [ Sat Oct 30, 2010 11:06 am ]
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Greetings,

I would like to know the Build Date of my SX1 serial # m37994

Thanks - Stan

Author:  duff645 [ Thu Nov 11, 2010 10:26 pm ]
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Here's mine: it was listed as "new" and in its original box. But according to your website, it has been discontinued for several years.

Winchester 1300 pump, 28" vented rib barrel, with three chokes. It is fully camo'd and has a serial number of L3554277.

Author:  rwwong [ Sat Dec 04, 2010 6:35 pm ]
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I would like to know the age of this gun. My neighbor gave me his Winchester Ranger Model 120 12 Ga 2 3/4 & 3" MOD, no vent Rib, non checkered, Hardwood, SN: L1387786

Author:  BradleyJ [ Wed Dec 29, 2010 10:26 pm ]
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Hi there,

I am looking to buy a 1953 (I think) Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck. But I noticed that it has a butt plate not a pink recoil pad. I want to confirm that this is indeed a Heavy Duck. Its serial number is 1344___. Can you tell me if this is a Heavy Duck gun or a regular 2.75" Model 12.

Thanks,

Author:  jallard [ Fri Dec 31, 2010 1:43 pm ]
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Hi There,

Winchester Model 21 12 gauge 28" barrels w/ 13 3/4 LOP and a recoil on the butt. Serial #1546. Metal has original blueing and is in good condition although it is showing some wear. Wood is good, some dings, but nothing deep and the butt stock is a nice piece of wood. Forend is splinter in very good condition. The bore is beautiful and shinny. Double triggers. Any help is appreciated. Thanks,

John

Author:  mach1.3 [ Mon Jan 31, 2011 4:23 pm ]
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Winchester Super X-Model 1, 12ga. 28" bbl. VR with modified fixed choke in 98% condition. This is a Field gun. Recoil pad is not original. Buttstock and forend are near perfect. SN= M2160.

Author:  tonygrz [ Tue Feb 01, 2011 1:23 am ]
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Need only date of manufacture - Win M12 serial number 16679XX.

Thanks

Author:  gpfwvu [ Tue Feb 08, 2011 2:49 pm ]
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md_beatt wrote:
Value and/or date of mfg help us help you, will need:
Model #, barrel(s) length, choke(s), plain, solid rib, vent rib, stlye of stocks, plain walnut, checkered, to date it will need the S/N like this 654xxx or 1566xxx you get the idea.
Note: dating a Post 64 gun is not as easy as the pre 64 guns. Not much has been published.
Regards Dave


Winchester Super X Model 1, 30" VR barrel, scroll on receiver, checkered walnut, full trap, SN: M 57849.

Thanks!

Author:  Rugerismisticness [ Tue Feb 15, 2011 3:32 pm ]
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Winchester SX1 (came with both 26"ICVR and 30"FVR barrels and a montecarlo stock, Im not sure if these are original) with a gold trigger and plain reciever. The stock is a nice grade of walnut. the SN is M706XX.

Author:  ORD [ Wed Mar 02, 2011 2:40 pm ]
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I was just gifted a Winchester 1400 Ranger shotgun/accessories. I have looked around and haven't turned up too much info on these, but the big questions I can't seem to find are approx. how old the gun is and what a reasonable value is for it...here are the specs.:

• Winchester 1400 Ranger (Serial No. N1129xxx)
•12 ga. 2 3/4" Chamber
•28" Vent Rib Barrel (WinChoke)
•Blued Barrel & Receiver
•Checkered Walnut Stock/Forend
•Complete with OEM Imp., Mod, Full WinChokes (knurled that extend <1/4" out of barrel with a tube wrench that looks like Win OEM) and 1 aftermarket flush fit Skeet Choke (no labeling/mfg)
•Overall 98% Condition with only minor handling marks.

Thanks for any assistance you all might be able to offer.

Author:  RacknRoll [ Sat Mar 12, 2011 9:44 pm ]
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Please date my Winchester 1300 pg Defender. Serial # L1815890

Thanks

Author:  10P8TRIOT [ Mon Mar 21, 2011 1:45 am ]
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Looking for the date of production of my Winchester 1300 Defender. Composite stock/foream, 18" barrel, 7+1, serial number L35245xx.

Author:  icskeet [ Mon May 02, 2011 8:33 pm ]
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Just bought my first SX1. Ser# m74707. When was it made?

Author:  Sealcatcher [ Wed May 11, 2011 8:12 am ]
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I just got a Winchester shotgun from my father in law. It appears to be a 1897 model with a 28-30 inch barrel. It is marked with a "12 F" o the barrel which I assume means 12 gauge, full choke. Wood appears to be walnut in very good condition with no checkering and it does have a rounded semi pistol grip. Serial # is 71984 with C over the 9 in the number. I am in the dark about these guns and would like an estimated value and date of manufacture for insurance purposes.
Thanks for your help.

Author:  claypigeon [ Thu May 26, 2011 8:37 pm ]
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Do you have dates for Model 97s? A friend just found one in her closet and has no idea how it got there. It has nice wood, and an English grip. I can get serial number.

Author:  Islayclay [ Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:52 am ]
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Winchester 6500 trap, 30 inch barrels, chokes F, XF, adjustable comb s/n K544407E

Author:  Tyrone Buckus [ Fri Oct 28, 2011 12:18 pm ]
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Winchester model 12 20 gauge. #430xxx. full choke, 26?" barrel

Winchester Model 12 20 gauge #MT0681 Imp. cyl.

Author:  KenRas [ Mon Dec 05, 2011 9:17 pm ]
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md_beatt wrote:
Value and/or date of mfg help us help you, will need:
Model #, barrel(s) length, choke(s), plain, solid rib, vent rib, stlye of stocks, plain walnut, checkered, to date it will need the S/N like this 654xxx or 1566xxx you get the idea.
Note: dating a Post 64 gun is not as easy as the pre 64 guns. Not much has been published.
Regards Dave


I have a model 1200 in 12ga with an 18" barrel. Barrel says modified but a hunch tells me the barrel was cut down. Plain barrel, walnut with full checkering and Ser. # 1714189

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